In the 1930’s Hodō made more than thirty woodblock prints of flowers and (or) birds. Thirty-five of these prints are shown in this gallery. Hodō drew his flower and bird subjects accurately which, in Japan, was the favored style for flower-bird art during the first half of the twentieth century. These prints were also sold in Europe and America where true-to-life pictures of plants and animals have always been popular with art buyers.

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